2: Strikeouts and walks by Tim Lincecum over six innings in his Angels debut.
2: Saves this season by the Giants’ Cory Gearrin, who handled closer duties with incumbent Santiago Casilla away on paternity leave; Casilla is likely to return on Monday in Pittsburgh.
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3-0: Giants reliever Hunter Strickland’s record after he worked out of a two-on, two-out jam in the eighth inning to get the win.
4: Runs driven in by the Giants’ Joe Panik – a career high – whose three-run home run in the ninth put the Giants ahead to stay.
7: Consecutive wins by the Giants.
7: Home runs this season by Panik.
10: Batters the Angels sent to the plate during their five-run sixth.
11: Losses by the A’s in their last 14 games.
14: Home runs this season by the Angels’ Mike Trout, who connected on a 3-1 pitch from Oakland starter Andrew Triggs in the fourth.
17: Games the Giants are over .500, a season high.
21: Consecutive scoreless innings Rays closer Alex Colome had pitched coming in.
27: Candles on the birthday cake for Rays starter Matt Moore.
98: Pitches thrown by Lincecum, 59 of which were for strikes.
109: Career victories by Lincecum.
.131: Matt Duffy’s road batting average this season (16 for 122) after the Giants third baseman went 1 for 3 with a home run.
.365: Giant Brandon’s Crawford’s average with (23 for 63) with runners in scoring position.
25,078: Fans who turned out for Lincecum’s return to the majors in Oakland.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg